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The Emerald Necklace Inn & Tea Room is one of Cleveland's historic treasures. It was built in 1863 during the Civil War and was operated by the Gilles family of Fairview Park as the first County General Store in the area. The current Innkeeper, Gloria Cipri-Kemer, is the owner and proprietor and enjoys continually enhancing the Inn's Victorian charm.
Great accommodations. Got in late and hostess had a dessert waiting for me. Had to leave before opening hours and there was a breakfast tray as well. Very clean and comfortable bed. Location was very convenient.
My husband and I have stayed at a lot of B&Bs over the years. we prefer them to hotels, and I think the Emerald Necklace Inn may be our favorite. It's pretty, cozy, comfortable, but not over-the top fussy. We stayed for three nights in...More
Loved the room the bath the bed and the breakfast
Break fasr was he high point lovely delicate well crafted food with an attention to detail
Lcation was grear lived th d ck off the room
Hard to fault
Had the opportunity to stay at this charming inn last evening. Nestled just at the entrance to the metro parks it was surrounded by trees. The inside is a quaint tea shop and if you happen to enjoy tea, the many choices are amazing. Our...More
Bed and breakfast in a quiet residential neighborhood. Attached tea room. Decorated in Victorian furnishings, very tastefully finished. Room we stayed in did not have an outside balcony as stated in the info so call if that’s important to you. Room was small but adequate....More